Will simpler reporting work against the recovery
Credit Management experts say that simplified reporting may mean that small firms won’t be able to get the good references they need to pass credit checks.
New scheme to tackle mortgage fraud
A new scheme which allows lenders to check income details with HMRC is set to tackle cases where mortgage applicants incorrectly declare their income
Disguised Remuneration under the spotlight
Disguised remuneration schemes, where employers pay employees through tax-efficient methods, are under the HMRC spotlight
Charitable giving via wills won’t work say CIOT
The Chartered institute of Taxation say that the Government proposals for leaving money to charities via wills have some fundamental defects.
One in ten workers may never retire
A new report by Baring Asset Management says that one in ten workers fear they will never be able to afford to retire
Advisory fuel rates published
HMRC have published its latest quarterly table of fuel rates for company cars to take effect from 1 September.
Talk Talk follows BT in raising prices
Talk Talk has followed the recent BT price rise announcement with the news that it is increasing its line rental and call charges costs.
A look at extended warranties
The Office of Fair trading is reviewing the extended warranty industry amid question marks raised about value for money